ATP Rankings Winners and Losers Wimbledon: Jannik Sinner still No 1, Alex de Minaur +3, Lorenzo Musetti +9

ATP Rankings Wimbledon: Jannik Sinner, Lorenzo Musett, Alex de Minaur
Jannik Sinner, Lorenzo Musetti, and Alex de Minaur are all rankings winners from Wimbledon.

We are just days away from discovering who will be Wimbledon men’s singles champion in 2024.

One semi-final is a 2023 rematch between fifth seed Daniil Medvedev and reigning champion Carlos Alcaraz, while surprise semi-finalist Lorenzo Musetti takes on seven-time winner Novak Djokovic.

There are still plenty of ranking permutations that could take place, though we can already get a sense of what will happen when the rankings update on Monday.

We look at the biggest winners and losers from the men’s event at Wimbledon.

ATP Top 10 Pre-Wimbledon

1) Jannik Sinner – 9,890
2) Novak Djokovic – 8,360
3) Carlos Alcaraz – 8.130
4) Alexander Zverev – 6,905
5) Daniil Medvedev – 6,445
6) Andrey Rublev – 4,420
7) Hubert Hurkacz – 4,235
8) Casper Ruud – 4,025
9) Alex de Minaur – 3,820
10) Grigor Dimitrov – 3,750

With fewer points to defend than Djokovic or Alcaraz, Jannik Sinner was practically set to stay as world No 1 no matter what happened at the tournament.

However, the 2o23 champion and finalist knew they would have to embark on deep runs, with Medvedev and Alexander Zverev not too far behind.

Behind those five, the chasing pack are all fairly close together.

There was little to separate any player ranked from sixth (Andrey Rublev pre-tournament) down to around 12th or 13th, and movement was always likely.

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ATP Top 10 Post-Wimbledon (As it stands)

1) Jannik Sinner – 9,570
2) Novak Djokovic – 7,960 (Live)
3) Alexander Zverev – 7,015
4) Carlos Alcaraz – 6,930 (Live)
5) Daniil Medvedev – 6,525 (Live)
6) Alex de Minaur – 4,185
7) Hubert Hurkacz – 4,105
8) Andrey Rublev – 4,070
9) Casper Ruud – 4,030
10) Grigor Dimitrov – 3,770

Big Winners

Despite a disappointing quarter-final exit to Medvedev, Sinner will still have a comfortable cushion as the world No 1 next week.

The only play who can significantly close the gap is world No 2 Djokovic, who will move up to 9,160 points should he capture a record-equalling eighth title on Sunday.

However, the Serbian needs to win his semi-final against Musetti to ensure he stays at world No 2; should he lose that match, Alcaraz can overtake him by defending his title.

Alcaraz needs to win his semi-final to maintain his world No 3 ranking ahead of Zverev, while Medvedev will go up to world No 3 ahead of both if he captures his second Grand Slam this week.

Lower down the top 10, Wimbledon ended in heartbreaking fashion for Alex de Minaur, but the Australian is ensured of a new career-high of sixth come Monday.

Elsewhere, Musetti’s run to a first major semi-final has propelled him back into the top 20, with the Italian rising nine spots in the live rankings to world No 16.

He will be ranked 14th if he reaches the final, and 13th with a maiden Slam title.

Setting new career highs in the top 30 are Jack Draper and Arthur Fils, the pair set to jump to 26th and 28th respectively.

Giovanni Mpetshi Perricard is primed to leap up 14 places to a new career-high of 44th after reaching the second week as a lucky loser, while Brandon Nakashima and Emil Ruusuvuori are set for big jumps.

Meanwhile, tour veteran Roberto Bautista Agut is set to move up 37 spots, the former semi-finalist returning to the top 100 after reaching round four.

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Big Losers

No one has suffered a dip down the ATP Rankings as significant as Christopher Eubanks, with the American losing in round one – a year after reaching the last eight.

The US star has had a poor season to date, and an early exit sees him fall a staggering 66 spots and crash outside the top 100, projected to be world No 128 next week.

Also suffering a significant dip down the rankings is Matteo Berrettini, who was the victim of a tough round two draw against Sinner.

2021 finalist Berrettini had restored his ranking inside the top 60 pre-Wimbledon, though is set to fall 23 spots to world No 82 after failing to defend round four points.

Within the top 10, Rublev will fall two spots to world No 8, while just further down Stefanos Tsitsipas will drop one place to world No 12.

2023 quarter-finalist Roman Safiullin is set to fall 23 places to world No 67 after failing to defend those points, while David Goffin will fall 15 places to world No 98 after a round one exit.